RN to BSN Track

Take your nursing career to the next level

If you’re a registered nurse who wants to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree from the Indiana University School of Nursing, the RN to BSN track is for you. Designed for working nurses, the track’s flexible curriculum prepares you to be a practitioner in acute and long-term care, community settings, home care, and other nontraditional settings. It also provides a foundation for leadership positions and graduate study. All coursework is online, allowing you to complete the degree wherever you live.

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TSAP RN to BSN track

The School of Nursing also offers a Transfer Single Articulation Pathways (TSAP) RN to BSN track for registered nurses who are applying for admission to the BSN program as they finish their Associate of Science in Nursing degree at Ivy Tech Community College or Vincennes University. For more information about the TSAP RN to BSN track, contact Debbie Hrisomalos, RN to BSN advisor.


To be eligible to apply to the RN to BSN track, you must have a nursing diploma or an Associate of Science in Nursing degree from a program accredited by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nursing. You also must hold a current, unrestricted RN license in the state in which you are practicing.

You can apply at any time to the IU campus that is closest to your residence.

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Plan of study

The RN to BSN track requires the completion of a minimum of 120 credit hours of coursework that includes general education and nursing courses. All coursework is online, with options to complete the program in 12, 18, or 24 months after you’ve completed your general education coursework. Once you begin taking the required nursing courses, you must complete all your coursework within four years.

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Tuition costs for the RN to BSN track are determined by your residency (in state or out of state) and the number of credit hours you take each semester. Contact Debbie Hrisomalos, RN to BSN advisor, to get an estimate of your costs for the RN to BSN track.